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Thread: New Brother Sewing Machine just introduced

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    New Brother Sewing Machine just introduced

    Just got an email from Brother that they are coming out with an 11" chassis = here is the link...but the video they have didn't work for me. Sounds interesting.
    http://www.brother-usa.com/Homesewin...-Machines.aspx

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    The site seems to have problems.

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    I got to watch one of the videos but it didn't offer anything but an artistic "vision". Will wait for more info. Looks promising.

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    Now you just make me want a new brother, very nice, don't know what to choose now

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    I saw the sneak preveiw video but the more indepth ones about each of the three machines will not be available until Aug 20th.
    They say it takes a minute to find a special person.
    An hour to appreciate them.
    A day to love them, but then an entire life to forget them.

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    wow-they look impressive
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    The video is a long introduction of a girl running through the woods with butterflies and then you finally get to see a glimpse of the machines. One is a quilting version, one an embroidery and the other is a combination.There don't seem to be any operational videos at the moment. They emphasise that the name is "V" for Versatility, innoVation, and tons of other words with V in them. The machine looks interesting to me but they could lose the running through the woods bit without any danger.

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    I saw a video from Moore's sewing center and said this was a step below the Quattro. Looks like brother is working on a mid range machine...using a few of the Quattro innovations. The camera would be a cool feature on a mid-range machine. That camera is so helpful.
    I have a Quattro and love it. I did see there is going to be a new update for it too...looks very interesting.
    Some of these commercials just drive me nuts....they act like the consumer is stupid. Show me the product and tell me why I need it. I can run happy and excited through the woods after you make me a fantastic offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treasureit View Post
    Just got an email from Brother that they are coming out with an 11" chassis = here is the link...but the video they have didn't work for me. Sounds interesting.
    http://www.brother-usa.com/Homesewin...-Machines.aspx
    WOW! I can see what is on my WISH list. But it will be staying on my wish list for a LONG, LONG time. It's always nice to have things to think about. Thank you for posting.

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    Just saw this video in the shop where I meet to quilt with friends. I am a featherweight and Bernina girl. This could make me a lover of Brother if the machine is as good as the video. I've never had one at this level but I am retired, have the time and it looks like fun. Any thoughts on Brother quality, etc.????

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